Winnie the Pooh is one of those classic characters that pretty much everyone has a history with –you had a stuffed toy as a child, your mom used to read you the bedtime stories, you had this one night shirt with Pooh in a sleeping cap that you always wore to sleepovers in elementary school. I could go on here, but you get the point.
Winnie the Pooh and Christopher Robin have been an iconic part of children’s lives since A. A. Milne shared the beautiful stories of love and friendship inspired by his son and his son’s teddy bear in 1926. Since the original story was written, numerous other characters have been added, and various adaptations have been created to share the magic of childhood as experienced by a
This is me on the red carpet for Disney’s Christopher Robin Movie world premier. Looking like a snack. And now, after a whirlwind three day, two night trip to Los Angeles, I am exhaustedly typing this from the lobby of the Sheraton Universal while I await the shuttle to take me to the airport for my red eye flight back home. I miss my boys.
Which is exactly perfect because Chris and his furry friends have been a part of our story for ages. I decorated our fist baby’s nursery with Winnie the Pooh decor. We had an adorable honey pot lamp, Winnie the Pooh decals for the walls, bumpers and sheets and blankets covered with Winnie and his friends, and this guy… Pic of tiger He’s been a part
This week, one of Marvel’s most anticipated films, Avengers: Infinity War, will be released. Ten years and 18 Marvel films have led up to this anticipated feature and I can’t even explain how excited the Dudes in this house and I are about the release of the final installment of the Marvel Avengers series. But, to give you an idea, here’s some real footage of
Creating a list of the best romance books is quite a daunting task. First, it’s subjective –what I think are the best romance books is probably not going to align specifically with what you think are the best romance books, and neither of us is likely to match up with the official critics who are actually paid to tell the world which romance books are
A Wrinkle in Time has finally been made into a feature film and fans of the original L’Engle story, written over 50 years ago, really can’t even take it. For those who have been anticipating the movie’s release for, um, say all 50 of those years, I can understand how Ava DuVernay’s version may not meet your expectations –it’s always hard to bring beloved books
Summer is for days at the pool, BBQs, and movies. We have a huge list of summer movies we are hoping to get to this year and we were fortunate to enough to get a sneak peek of Cars 3 this past week to jump start our summer movie viewing list. Cars 3: A Disney Pixar Film for the Entire Family If you have Cars
Children of the corn. Anyone remember that movie? It featured a host of inbred, demon spawn children slaughtering people in the backwoods boonies. I recall some weirdly sharp and misshapen farm tools, lots of blood, and children who looked so spooky I wouldn’t want to sit by them in third grade. Probably I would LOL if I found myself watching it now (which, for the